After the busy holiday festivities, hanging out in the kitchen was the last thing on my mind. This creamy roasted miso cauliflower mushroom soup was right up my alley. It’s a simple soup that doesn’t require much prep or babysitting, so we can use that energy to rest up to ring in the new year with a bang.
We want to wish everyone and their families a very Merry Christmas, fill up your bellies with goodies, laugh lots and repeat.
These crispy bite sized chicken go amazingly with our sweet creamy honey sesame dip. Perfect for sharing as a snack or appetizer.
This dip is sweet and creamy with hints of nuttiness from toasted sesame. It is super quick and easy to make and goes with almost anything!
This sweet and spicy garlicky shrimp and snow peas dish is quick and simple and takes literally 10-15 mins to put together. Perfect for a lazy evening when you don’t want to spend your whole evening in the kitchen.
This phenomenal looking tower of a cake will impress your guests this holiday with crepes that give this cake a unique chewy soft texture, candy canes to give it a nice satisfying crunchy sweetness topped with a dark chocolate ganache. Best part, it is simple to make – it just takes a bit of time and love.
Who needs a grill for lamb chops when you have a searing hot frying pan? This winter, don’t be sad that your BBQ is out of commission – embrace it and pick up that frying pan! The melted miso butter you top this with will be SO worth it. I promise.
Sweet potato noodles are tricky noodle to work with, if you are seeking that perfect chewy bouncy texture but it no longer has to be now that I figured out a fool proof to achieve this and you’ll be surprised how simple it is! No more boiling water, no more running noodles under cold water!
What do you do when you’re craving a bbq pork bun (char siu bao) but you live too far away from the city so there’s no easy way to get one? Make chewy crispy bite sized bbq pork (char siu) dumplings of course!
If you love sweet and sticky char siu like we do, give this recipe a go! We also played around and gave it a little spicy kick by adding Korean pepper flakes. Why? Because we think sweet and spicy go hand in hand, don’t you agree?